Dove à andata? Lo sa, no? Lontano, molto lontano…Petalo De Luna is a quiet, imperturbable river.Noe Visible models this meditative podcast with a delicate use of field recordings.Close your eyes and come on board.Silence is the most beautiful instrument.Podcast by Noe Visible (Jose Vallejo)Artwork by Jonathan Mangelinckx Topics: Wondercast, Wondermachine Music, Podcast
Our fourth Wondercast comes from Cordoba – Argentina. It is an improvised electronic performance by Leonel Jacquier. The approach is expressive electronic minimalist, spacing between urban and tribal sounds. Nature and atmospheres are strongly present. It features nostalgic recordings from the Japanese film “Akira” (1988), by director Kaksuhiro Otomo.In the period of time where Leonel worked on this project, extended parts of forest were destroyed by fire in Argentina; the title is a... Topics: Wondermachine, Podcast, Wondercast, Liveset
[WOND010] Revy – Waking EPRevy awakens with an array of cryptic feelings and atmospheres in this eclectic package of uniquely textured sound spaces, emotional synthesis, and off kilter rhythms. Without much regard for genre trends, these multi-faceted works run the gamut of Revy’s experimental palette, ranging from deep and spacey broken beat grooves to bleep laden chaos. John Foley and Ingemar Stalholm join the fray with their best efforts to further probe and massage your synapses... Topics: Techno, Wondermachine
Pachyderme (Franco Bellavita) starts our Wondercast series with a very personal podcast. Everything by Pachyderme is special, he defines his music as “Musica de Autor” (author music) and this is no exception. This Wondercast is a fusion of delicate liveset developed with a very creative use of field recordings and mix. Pachyderme wants your brain, and invites you to this voyage. Artwork by Jonathan Mangelinckx Topics: Wondercast, Wondermachine, Delicate Tension, Pachyderme, Podcast
There comes a time when you have to focus on your own taste and preference, and push that as far as you can. The product of an early Saturday morning jam that leaves you with an urge to get going, but no idea where to start - it is a certain form of madness, but with no outlet for it. A yearning for something indefinable. Loco Drang EP 1. Moustache 13:02 2. Savrola 9:37 3. Inne 1:19 4. Dupont 9:25 Topics: Rutti, Savrola, Loco Drang, Wondermachine, Experimental, Electronic, Improvisation, Live Electronics
Paris is also called Paname, mod2&nino are deeply influenced by this city and its suburbs. The music has definitely the French touch: refined, sophisticated and developing in elegant structures. Jazz elements with a minimal approach characterize the music of this brilliant duo, and the result are very contemporary tracks with a strong personal identity. mod2&nino play with spaces, tension and release, the music is intense but breathes. This release features inspired remixes by Storlon,... Topics: Wondermachine, mod2&nino, Storlon, Three Angles, Andres Marcos
This release is something with a special meaning to me. This EP is dedicated to my son Serafin, and it contains the tracks that gave me the idea to start Wondermachine. The music in this EP is personal and goes thru the paths I followed in music. It is the connecting bridge between electronic and instrumental approaches, strongly influenced by jazz and improvised forms of music. The track Serafin features Sandro Mariotti on soprano saxophone. I play all other instrumental parts on this EP.... Topics: Andres Marcos, Serafin, Revellado, Wondermachine, Electronic, Jazz, Minimal, Improvisation, Fabio...
Subtle Mental Mechanics is the first solo album of AVVI (Vital Avtushkov).Vital believes in higher cosmic intelligence, stars show us the way and give us protection, this is an attempt to communicate with them.As a rupture to the work done with Mono’ono explores new music directions and develops a very individual language, influenced by minimal, dub, ambient, the use of live instruments and research done in the integration of noise.Vital went back to his natal village in Belarus to open... Topic: Wondermachine - AVVI - Album - Experimental - Minimal - Techno - Dub - Glitch - Noise - Industrial...
Mizgir invites you to his secret garden. The music on this EP is universal, intriguing, and romantic. Following its own rules, the approach of Mizgir is soulful, organic, integrating instrumental parts played live as well as improvisational elements. Classical, ethnic, jazz, electronics and silence are the main influences in this open concept. The track Starostin features Sergei Starostin playing rozhok from “Shymel Kamish” and the track Esenin features vocal cuts from Sergei Starostin song... Topics: Arctic Sunrise , Wondermachine , Mizgir , Tribute , Electronic Jazz , Greenpeace, Mizgir, Tribute...
Jazz needs its heroes, its questing pioneers, prepared to prevent the genre ossifying into just another orthodoxy of rigid classifications. It needs its succession of visionaries like Ornette Coleman and groups like Last Exit, to fuss up the conservatives’ suffocating status quos. By necessity the music generated by these saviours won’t satisfy the purists, defying, as it must, the tenets of their safeguarded traditions. These vanguards will operate as the art form’s Trojan horses,... Topics: nujazz, jazz, live, wondermachine, jazz, electronic, improvisation, drums, trombone, ambient,...
[WONDERCAST006] Wanderlust by John FoleyThis Wondercast celebrates the death of the geocentric model, our departure from anthropocentrism. It celebrates all forms of life, humility, and respect. It rejects of nationalism and borders, and discourages misunderstanding of others. It celebrates our ability to travel around, and meet different folks. Last but not least, it is celebration of the freedom we have to listen to music from nearly every corner of the inhabitable Earth, and to feel it it as... Topics: wondermachine, john foley - wondercast - electronic - ambient - experimental - jazz
[WOND004] Shunsuke Akimoto – Alma EPThe adventures of Wondermachine take us to Tokyo.The music of Shunsuke Akimoto is surprising and unpredictable. Techno is the playground where Shunsuke experiments with spooky sounds and a myriad of different influences.Alma EP features very inspired remixes by Florist and Marteaux. Artwork by Jonathan MangelinckxMastering by Jaco HernandezReleased by Wondermachine Music 03.04.2013 Topics: Shunsuke Akimoto, Alma EP, Wondermachine, Marteaux, Martin Briano, Florist, Jonathan Mangelinckx
This Wondercast symbolizes the quest for his roots and is a tribute to grandfather Taret, Vietnamese, Nguyen Huy Hoang, who gave up his daughters in the 1960s. Mix of abstracted grooves. Pleasant by the warmth of sound. Disturbing by diverse sound intrusions. Pick what you want. Listeners, be confident, but beware of what can happen. Credits Mix by Remy Taret Artwork by Jonathan Mangelinckx Topics: wondercast, wondermachine, minimal techno, minimal house, soul, soulful, taret, glitch
The music of Jarz (aka Gino Maduro) tells stories. He has a natural talent for sound design, and brilliantly combines atmospheres with glitch, experimental sounds and jazz elements. He is a out of the box thinking artist with a strong emotional approach. The result is a subtle, very personal sound, with an incredible care for detail. Revy and Fabio Papa did their best, and bring us radiant interpretations, completing the release with two outstanding remixes. http://www.wondermachine.net Topics: Jarz, A Story With A Touch, Wondermachine, Electronic, Jazz, Experimental, Soulfoul, Ambient